(CNN) - New Hampshire Republicans gave Michele Bachmann the greatest bump among declared and potential GOP presidential candidates in a new poll.
The Suffolk University/7NEWS poll of likely New Hampshire primary voters released Tuesday night showed Mitt Romney on top with 36 percent support. Although he jumped one point since May, Bachmann, at 11 percent jumped eight points.
The Minnesota congresswoman announced her candidacy Monday in Iowa and has since taken her campaign to the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire.
Bachmann and former Massachusetts Gov. Romney were the only candidates to receive double digit support. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas remained steady at 8 percent, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who is not running, received 5 percent followed by former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who is considering a bid and former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman at four percent. Huntsman jumped four points since May, when he was not an official candidate.
Declared 2012 candidates former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, former Godfather's Pizza CEO Herman Cain, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Palwenty and Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who is not currently a candidate, received two percent. Former Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania received one percent.
Fifty-one percent of those polled identified themselves as aligned with tea party ideals and 54 percent described themselves as conservative.
Gingrich and Palin topped the list of most trustworthy candidates, receiving 19 percent and 17 percent respectively. Romney received 10 percent.
The survey polled 400 likely Republican presidential primary voters via telephone between June 25 and June 27, before Bachmann, Huntsman and Romney officially entered the race. The sampling error was plus or minus 4.9 percentage points.